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My 2000 Jeep will not let me buckle up. I have pulled, pushed, screamed and pleaded with it and it won't move. Any suggestions?

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Not much you can do with that unless you remove it. Most I've seen that were jammed had a coin or small toy stuck inside. If you can't shake it loose, you are half way there to replacing it. Generally they are easy to find in local scrapyards at a reasonable price.

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